As usual, we dig to find good products for our niche. And we liked a couple of cruise journals that were created by the Mystic Seaport Museum.
Vintage Cruise Journal – is a classic, retro-inspired journal with nautical maps and old photos on the front cover. The inside has been kept simple and flexible with plenty of lined pages and blank pages, which are great for writing some more, sketching or adhereing mementos. It includes measurement and sizing conversion table and a listing of world times.
You’ve got to love the covered spiral binding for it’s ease of use and the perfect size of this journal at 6 x 7 1/2. http://www.hellotraveler.com/detail.aspx?ID=1788&Name=Vintage-Cruise-Journal
Cruising Memories Diary – We weren’t sure this would be the type of journal our customers would be looking for but, it seems they’re interested. The first page includes fill-in sections about your yacht (what, you don’t have one?). But, the rest of it is like a typical cruise journal with prompted sections, including : Day/Date, Port Departed/ Port Arrived, Weather, Where & What we ate, What we bought, Who we met, etc. Plus plenty of lined space for general writing. It’s covered in a navy leather-like covering with gold embossing, is hardback and measures 7 x 10. http://www.hellotraveler.com/detail.aspx?ID=1789&Name=Cruising-Memories-Diary